T. Boone Pickens is an American original — in a nation known for producing larger-than-life individuals.
I applaud him for his daring, for the breadth of his vision, for the timeliness of his plan.
He is clearly a man of remarkable intelligence — as are George Will and Charles Krauthammer.
None of them seem able to quit emitting CO2. Why can they not see an electric future?
Are they simply too old? Do they enjoy some strange affinity for their fellow fossils?